Save 514 Wellington!

An iconic piece of Winnipeg is in danger.

A Familiar Face

If you live in Winnipeg, chances are you've biked, jogged, or driven past this magnificent home. It has stood on the corner of Wellington Crescent and Kingway, right beside St Mary's Academy, since 1909

A Storied History


Built in 1909

The original owner was James T. Gordon of the meat-packing firm of Gordon, Ironside and Fares.


Grain Exchange

During the 1920s it was owned by the Bawlf family, which founded the Winnipeg Grain Exchange.


Free Press

Victor Sifton, owner and publisher of the Winnipeg Free Press, lived in this stately home during the 40's and 50's.


The Senate

A former senator, Douglas Everett, lived in & meticulously maintained this home until earlier this year.

A Threatened Future

A businessman bought 514 Wellington earlier this year. His intention is to demolish the house, level the landscaped lot, and fill it with 24,000 square feet of condos.

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